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Welcome to Ferham Nursery 


We are looking forward to working together with you and your child. 

Here are the staff that will be working in Nursery with your child: 


Mrs Nurse                                           Mrs Lindley                                              Miss JEffcock                                    Miss Davies

Class Teacher  & Early Years Leader                  Teaching Assistant                               Teaching Assistant                         Teaching Assistant         

Here are the staff that will be working in Nursery with your child:

MRs scott                   Miss Frost                       miss davies

             Teacher                Teaching Assistant          teaching assistant 


Here are some other people that you and your child may see each day: 


Mrs Fenton     Mrs Bradley          MR tomlinson           MRS roberts

        Headteacher      Deputy Head Teacher     Pastoral Lead         Safeguarding officer



All children are entitled to 15 hours free child care from the term after their third birthday. Some children may be eligible for 30 hours (please see

Some children will be eligible for 15 hours childcare the term after they turn two (please see 


What we offer at Ferham 

If your child is two and eligible for funding, we offer up to 5 afternoon sessions 12.15-3.15pm. 

The term after they turn three they will be offered a morning place.  

If your child is three, then the term after their birthday we offer up to 5 morning sessions 8.45-11.45am. 


Welcome Time 
Children will be welcomed at the gate (to the right of the building). The gates open at 8.40am and close at 8.50am. Please ensure you child is on time each day. If your child is attending the afternoon session, we open the gates at 12.15pm. 


Please ensure your child is on time each day so they do not miss out on important learning and routines. 

At home time children will be called out to the gate one at a time. Please be patient as this can take some time at first. The children’s safety comes first and we need to ensure everyone goes with the right adult. 


If someone else will be collecting your child, please let us know. We will not let your child go with anyone other than you unless we have been told otherwise. 



All children will have a snack mid-morning or mid-afternoon and be offered fruit and milk or water. Please don’t send your child to school with any snacks.  


What to Wear 

The children in Nursery do not need to wear uniform, however if you would like them to the rest of the school wear a white polo shirt, a blue cardigan or jumper and grey or black trousers, skirts or dresses. 



Please do not send children in their newest or their ‘best’ clothes. The children play in water, paint, messy activities and outside daily. Their clothes will come home dirty from time to time.  

All belongings need to be labelled with your child’s name. 

No jewellery (necklaces, bracelets, rings, dangly earrings). 

Only a small pair of stud earring allowed. Children coming to school in jewellery will be asked to remove it at the gate. 



Your child will need to bring the following things to school each day: 


A coat suitable for the weather.  


A book bag.  

A bag with spare clothes and a pack of baby wipes. 

Spare nappies or pull ups and nappy sacks if they are not yet toilet trained. 


If your child is ill and will not be attending school, please telephone the school office prior to school starting.  

If your child returns to school and is needing medication, please be aware we are only able to administer prescribed medicines. You will need to go to the office to fill in a form to give us permission to do this. 

The Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum  

Our Curriculum is play based and linked to the 7 areas of  

the EYFS curriculum. We aim to make our curriculum as fun and as engaging as we can. We carefully plan both indoor and outdoor opportunities to meet the needs of all individual children. We have a balance of adult and child led activities. 

Here are the areas of learning: 

- Communication and Language  

- Personal, Social and Emotional Development  

- Physical Development  

- Literacy  

- Mathematics  

- Understanding the World  

- Expressive Arts and Design  


Key Person 

When your child starts Nursery they will be given a ‘Key Person.’ We will let you know who this is as they start. 

This person will help your child to settle and will build a relationship with them. They will also play an active role in your child’s learning and development.  


Working together 

We believe that you are your child’s first educator and we want to work together with you to give your child the best possible start in school.  

Here are some ways we will stay in touch and keep you informed: 

Class Dojo – When your child starts school we will give you the details to log into this app. We will post things that are happening in school and in class on here. We can also send private messages on here. When your child first starts school we will try to send photographs to show they are happy and settled.  



We will send letters to keep you informed. 



We have a school twitter account and regularly post photographs of exciting things happening in school. 


Stay and Play  

Once the children have settled into school we will be inviting you to regular Stay and Play sessions. This is a lovely opportunity to see the activities on offer and to play with your child. 


Parent Workshops 

Over the year we will be holding workshops to provide you with more information on what your child will be learning and how you can support them at home.  


We look forward to working with you and your child. Any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. 

Thank you!


Tel: 01709 740962 


Twitter: @PrimaryFerham 

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